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Highlights of India Today 19th June 2017, issue:


The cover story of this week – The Endgame -  focuses on the mounting losses and accumulated debts of Air India, and how the Modi government is weighing its options to strategically privatisatise the national carrier.


This week's issue carries a profile of Leo Varadkar, the Indian-origin politician who is all set to be Ireland’s new prime minister. The profile talks about Varadkar's Indian roots, and how he still enjoys jalebis as one of his favourite dishes.


The story Repainting the White Elephant is all about the Ordnance Factory Board and how hectic moves within the defence ministry suggest that the Modi government is working to end one of the government’s last monopolies, the ordnance factories.


The story Wary on the Wage Front looks at salaries this year and how employers are aiming to stay conservative in terms of salary hikes even though the business sentiment is looking up.


The Big Story looks the BJP's dilemma as it remains stuck between its commitment to cow protection and the desire to extend its electoral footprint to beef-loving regions of India.


The Nation package focuses on the Maoist crisis, and how the surrender of three dreaded Maoist commanders in Jharkhand has put the spotlight on the state government’s controversial rehabilitation policy.


For the monsoon season, the Leisure package takes you by the hand and leads you through what’s trending these days in terms of reading recommendations. For those rainy days, we give you a comprehensive list ranging from mythology to fiction to espionage and crime thrillers to graphic art and collectibles. Find a shelter away from the rain, pour your coffee, settle down into your comfortable chair and catch up on your long-pending reading.


The issue also comes with a free magazine: Simply Hyderabad

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